Engineering Management (B.Sc.)

At a glance

Degree Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Length of course
7 semesters
Start of course
Winter semester and summer semester
How to apply
Online-Application
Application deadline
For the winter semester: 15. July
For the summer semester: 15. January
Admission requirements
General or specialised higher education entrance qualification, entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences or proof of equivalent previous education
Course languageGerman
Course credits
210 ECTS

Contact

Course-related advice
Dean of studies
Prof. Dr. Habedank
+49 621 292 67 59
bachelorWB@wing.hs-mannheim.de

Application queries
Student Service Centre

General queries about bachelor's degree
Department W Secretariat
+49 621 292 61 17
sekretariat@wing.hs-mannheim.de

Further Information
Department W information pages

 

A broad basis for the future

Are you interested in engineering and management? Do you enjoy connecting up various subject areas and can think in an interdisciplinary way? Would you like to take a practically-oriented course and gain a multifaceted background to prepare you for the labour market?

Then the Engineering and Management degree programme and Hochschule Mannheim are the right choices for you.

The course consists primarily of fundamental scientific, engineering, legal and business-related content and is supplemented by the teaching of key soft skills and languages. All the contents are taught in a practically-oriented way through lectures, exercises, case studies and lab experiments. 

Professions

How can a product be improved technically and what is the budget for it? When are technical investments worth it and when not? These are the typical questions faced by industrial engineers, who solve issues that need to be considered from a technical, economic and legal angle at all management levels.

Graduate industrial engineers with their specialist knowledge are thus much sought-after, at exactly these interfaces in companies. Typical fields of employment include production, logistics, marketing and sales, consulting and research+development. Industrial engineers can be found, for instance in the automotive and supplier industry, in mechanical and plant construction, electrical industry and management consultancy. With their interdisciplinary training, they are also well equipped for starting their own business.

More information on the profession can be found: here.

Course objectives

The basic skills for success as an industrial engineer are taught during the course, such as:

 

  • Specialist and methodological skills: The ability to recognise and competently solve complex tasks in technical and economic contexts.
  • Soft skills: The ability to interact with people. Developing strong communication and teamworking skills and the ability to withstand conflicts are key components.
  • Language skills: The ability to communicate effectively in a foreign language and integrate appropriately.
  • Academic skills: Basic skills for producing academic work independently.

 

 

Course structure

Foundation course

 

Semesters

1 + 2

Fundamentals
Mathematics, Science, Engineering and Business Administration

Main part of course

Semesters

3 - 7

Advanced study in engineering, business administration and IT subjects in addition to language skills and key qualifications

Semester 5

Internship semester in industry 

Semester 7

Research projects
Study projects at university and bachelor's thesis at university or in industry

Options

A subsequent master’s degree programme allows you to broaden your knowledge in a module of your choice. 

Engineering Management in Mannheim

  • Among top 10 in university rankings and league tables for many years
  • Studying in small groups
  • High level of practical orientation through working on case studies and projects taken from real-life
  • Modern infrastructure and technical equipment on campus
  • Committed professors with many years of professional experience in their field
  • Broad basis for direct entry-level employment following graduation from the bachelor's programme or entry to a master’s degree
  • Attractive industrial and cultural environment in the metropolitan Rhine-Neckar region